More rain or snow would occur during the next 24 hours in the Kashmir valley

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rainsSRINAGAR: More rain or snow would occur during the next 24 hours in the Kashmir valley, where sun was today playing hide and seek while weather will remain dry in Ladakh region. Kargil recorded minus 2.8 degree celsius minimum temperature, an improvement of one notch, while at Leh it was 1.2 degree.
A Met department spokespersons said this afternoon that rain or thundershower would occur at many places over Jammu and Kashmir and dry in Ladakh.
He said during subsequent two days, there would be decrease in precipitation from March 29 onwards.
After cloudy sky during the night, sun was today playing hide and seek in the valley, including summer capital, Srinagar, where the minimum temperature was 6.5 degree, 2.5 degree above normal.
However, the spokespersons said light rain or snow could occur in Srinagar tomorrow when the maximum and minimum temperature would be around 12 degree and 2 degree respectively.
Gulmarg, the world famous ski resort in north Kashmir, recorded minus 2.7 degree minimum temperature, slightly below normal. However, at Pahalgam, it was 1.4 degree, more than two degree above normal.
In Kupwara, the night temperature was 4.1 degree, a notch above normal, Qazigund 4.4 degree and Kokernag 3.1 degree, Met spokesman said.